It’s time to get proactive about reducing your spending and throwing every spare dollar at your debt, starting with your credit cards.
You hear them every January: spend less, pay off debt, save more. Here’s how to give yourself the best chance of sticking to your new year’s resolutions.
One in 10 Aussies have admitted to lying their way into loans which could total more than $220 billion, according to new research from finder.com.au.
A new Bill before Parliament could mean a radical change bankruptcy legislation, slashing the bankruptcy period from three years and one day to just a year.
With Christmas fast approaching, you might find you’re in need of some additional funds to put towards presents or travel plans for the annual family feast, so what’s the cheapest way to get your hands on extra cash?
Putting aside the ridiculous fees and unconscionable interest rates, there are six other things that annoy Effie Zahos about credit cards
Whether you owe $3000 on a credit card or tens of thousands on a car loan, paying off debt can seem overwhelming. But you just need to take things one step at a time.
Bankruptcy can provide debt relief for people who have no other way out, but it comes with serious consequences, including not being able to travel overseas.